These courses have been developed for the international market by a committee of senior global business valuators and educators and comprise the iiBV’s Principles of Valuation offerings.
iiBV’s program of 6 business valuation core courses are designed to lead you to a professional designation. These courses have been developed by an international team of business valuation experts and are offered in-class and online with a live instructor. The courses cover everything a professional valuer needs to excel in their career and are typically offered by a host who coordinates a group of students. Learn more about our core courses!
Online "Live" Core Courses
iiBV delivers the core courses online, facilitated by an expert instructor, live, over Zoom. These courses are typically offered over 7 separate 3-hour Zoom sessions and conclude with the exam delivered online. The live online core courses cover everything a professional valuer needs to excel in their career and are typically offered by a host who coordinates a group of students. Learn more about our online live courses!
Live Continuing Education
The iiBV offers workshops and live presentations using Zoom to deliver advanced topics based on the iiBV’s vast library of business valuation content. If your organization would like to have a presentation on a BV topic, please let know and we can arrange an expert facilitator. Learn more about our in-class education!
Online Recorded Continuing Education
iiBV has a program of 100-minute courses covering a wide range of advanced topics that are offered online based on a series of pre-recorded videos and interactive questions. Participants can take the courses on their own schedule, independently. The iiBV also has a library of recorded webinars in which a panel of experts discuss relevant current topics. Learn more about our online recordings!
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